Hydro International is launching The Hydro StormTrainTM Series, a comprehensive toolbox of surface water treatment devices in anticipation of the growing need to remove silts, sediments and other pollutants from Read more
The UK water companies could learn some useful lessons from a project in Durban, South Africa, which reduced mains pipes burst by 67%. Read more
Until recently, turbidity testing at the Pontsticill Water Treatment Works in the Brecon Beacons National Park relied on the use of bellows pumps. Read more
Anglian Water is investing £1 million to install Hydro International’s innovative SludgeScreenTM technology to optimise screenings and dewatering efficiency at ten sewage treatment works. Read more
44 per cent of wastewater treatment plants in South Africa may have opted for inappropriate technologies when considering their resource base, capacity to manage and provide effluent quality requirements, according to a study by the Water Research Commission.
The Environmental Audit Committee is launching a new inquiry into Green Finance, exploring how investors can be persuaded to support energy or environmental projects.
The issue of effective legionella bacterium treatment is currently the focus of a consultation launched by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) at the beginning of June on the control of legionella bacteria in water systems – and an innovative UV technology looks set to play an increasingly role in its treatment.
New proposals to streamline the processes for businesses appealing a decision by an economic regulator or competition authority have today been announced by Business Minister Jo Swinson.
Thames Water has proposed a £17.5 million plan to build two overspill tanks to capture sewage and stormwater in response to customers demanding action to protect their homes from sewer flooding.
Revenues in the UK & Ireland increased by 49% in financial year 2012 despite a “difficult and turbulent” period for Imtech as it dealt with fraudulent actions in Poland and Germany.